However, we also decided that this “model of provisioning looked a bit strange” to try to shoehorn into SPML as the problem we were solving was just different. There was at least one contributor to SPML in the room while this disucssion was going on and the decision was being made, so I presume they also felt that the model was “strange” for SPML.
Can someone summarize the “strangeness” in the Advanced Client spec? It seems to me that the Trusted Module is a bit like a PSO in SPML. That still doesn’t feel right, but I am having a hard time trying to be more specific than that.